intuitionism


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(philosophy) the doctrine that knowledge is acquired primarily by intuition

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In other words, I claim that taking Kant's Factum as both Tat and Tatsache allows us to see why he thought that his argument amounts to a nonquestion-begging deduction of a priori moral concepts that implies neither ethical intuitionism nor an improper encroachment of the argumentative standards of theoretical reason upon those of practical reason.
For those who cannot bring themselves to accept the careful philosophical arguments of Descartes, (15) all that is left is intuitionism or mysticism, experiences that inspires religious faith, which brings us back to metaphysical poetry and its associated arts.
As Heyting wrote of Intuitionism in the foundations of mathematics:
The symmetric intuitionistic fuzzy cross-entropy DE(A, B) is used to describe discrimination uncertain information which includes intuitionism and fuzziness.
113) Nothing about this is embarrassing, nor does it necessarily entail bias or intuitionism.
1) The symposium on David Kaspar's Intuitionism was originally an Author-Meets-Critics session.
Intuitionism grew out of objections to results that arose in part from the axiom of choice.
analysis and away from intuitionism, along with greater judicial
A direct critique of Brouwer's thought presented in Popper's lecture "Epistemology Without A Knowing Subject" (1967) published in Objective Knowledge: An Evolutionary Approach (1972), however, influence of his engagement with Brouwer on the problem of intuitionism is recurrent in his latter writings.
Note, none of these are presented as reasons to reject intuitionism, as will become clear; they are to set the dialectical stage.
Zen is taken to be a form of antiintellectualism or a cheap intuitionism, especially when satori in Zen is explained as a flash like intuition.
Psychological perspectives: In this view creativity is defined as fusion of new ideas by intuitionism from unknown sources and it is one of the main aspects thought or thinking.
It is not the equal application of the law of the great French Revolution, but rather the command of monopoly capital (or of state capitalism) that forms the basis for the authoritarian criminal law, developed in accordance with the intuitionism of Kiel's phenomenological school as the definitive end of the Nazi criminal law when it abandoned the earlier volitional doctrines.
Kaspar's Intuitionism is a fast-paced, opinionated introduction to this theory.
Gist is the grist: Fuzzy-trace theory and the new intuitionism.